Nandamuri Balakrishna and Boyapti Sreenu’s maiden movie Simha (2010) is one of the massive blockbusters in Tollywood. Touted to be an intense action drama, it received huge accolades from everyone. Balakrishna in the dual role delivered a phenomenal performance in Simha. On this day, 11 years ago Simha was released and broke the box office records. Crafted with a budget of 18 crore rupees, the film raked worldwide collections of 36 crore rupees. Simha is marked as the highest grossing film of the year 2010.
The fight for justice over evil has been a constant struggle. We all look out for someone who not only builts justice but also thrashes evil without a second thought. Simha is one such movie with a strong plot. The story revolves around Srimannarayana (Balakrishna) a professor, who is on a quest to fight injustice at any cost like his father. He saves his student Janaki (Sneha Ullal) from a mishap and brings her home for protection. Srimannarayana’s grandmother (K.R Vijaya) soon realizes the upcoming threat and reveals the past incidents. In order to fight the injustice, Srimannarayana embarks on his journey to avenge his parents death.
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The vintage Balakrishna well known for his power packed action dramas was back with Simha. Every dialogue in the film by Balakrishna received a tremendous response, no wonder there is a separate fanbase for his dialogue delivery. Balakrishna’s dual role as Srimannarayana and his father Narasimha in the flashback scenes were well performed. It is forthright to say, Simha is one of Balakrishna’s career best performances. Nayanthara as Gayatri delved well into the role of a righteous wife who is bound to her husband in hell and heaven. Sneha Ullal as the love interest did justice to her role. The perfect execution of the dynamic plot with powerful performances by the cast, Simha remains to be one of the highly appreciated commercial movies of all times.